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   New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 1853, New York, New York                                DA.O.T fUwarAjBB each ataaner emnj. -ages, or Forty-algae earanna, ad Walter than any otW Daily P., B.- NASSAO-.TBBBT, antlis ihem in New-York, Brooklyn, WUhaju- Cfay, far TWBIVB AND HALF Cum ft Smgle CUpiM, Two Cum. DOIAABB a ax mimrhi Twe in. rrrm UOU.ABS a year, i Half; thiwe One Dol Dollar and Half; HOT m DAILY Tuuu, MM te any. pan af the I paid te advance at the where eaUver- esMltar. or 11 M aaamm. 9 gnydstk.willh.iM.d Kwffl he BTB-BT B he iesMd at 1 and the ether at 3 he ay null. or sold at tha MM rates TiBoa. FOB ram COOXTBY, M pub- it the low of H par annum. Two OODMI for THBIB DOL- for FIVB Will to QM paper in BO case omttued beyond payment P on WBIK- year, is VIBIBB) FOR CALIFORNIA. IsTwsfAJBB or EIOBIT or Forty-Bight np irysisslj for ciromhuion m gsjiatj iek and containing only te raaden in of coua- 1 denattnre of .very Mail steam, r. stspareowy. naafl nnst nude in advanee. KAlstQNP. HARPgR CO., SPECIAL NOTICES. Treoei aael ercrythnag aniinanrj to the Qar- Nmnery and Orchard, with all aatrarstttoona, at very low ntei grau.. paid to New-York. I anal ether planting tn any pan of best waaoB for transplanting u after Oct. B. M. WATSON, Old Colony Maaa, __ co., Fiush- Bejur New-York, oftar for a large assortment of i turn for the orchard and garden nun ornamentnl i and far the lawn, and cemetery, aad and ex- fc? fTMB-hoVM culture. be girm iUn Hall, on aftarnoon and evrmm of 5DAY, November S, under direction of tne H. E Church in thu Cuy. Mbbalk aad Societiee in Hall If o'clock, P M. Biercieei tce M o'clock P KlODM, will pmide Addreemi will be by M. FlKEMiM, of N Rnv G. M. C. Boaun, of Smcmy by the child- Nn. TW of the ereninf will commence at 71 Doori at 6> o'clock. TW faQowinf gentle m a will act an nffirem ReT Bubop WIUOH Bnhop afoMis, RBT Biahop Smraoii, Rer Biihup SLOTT, MT Biahop BAKE a, Re  aaM be told 1 trmtha, and all pliased and profited any ina- tfcc for theExniBI INDUmiY OF ALL Niw- M. Prof B SILI.IHAM, Jr B P. MaTJMDM, and SAJIUBL Wissia, been of Jane., and all oommnnication. relating tteeata aheold be 10 them, al the Jurv Olfice, IU. M Cryasml Palace. L. C STUART, Acting Secretary. te> The Light Ship off Beef, R. I will be taken from her mooniigv on November for repairs, and miy be absent for ten wiD snppbed by a atoop, which will bVht at her masthead, aad a small for h Board. A LUDLOW CASE, laipeetor of Lights, Ac Hid District nf the Coarse on the CuBabc Historyof Amenca, will be delivered in the TalKTBaela, on MONDAY BVENING, 31 M TBXIHAI DABCT McCii, EMJ JfuitraertM U cents. Can be The third and la.t, on THURSDAY BTnTOlJvO, Nor. S. Revolution. Firs) Depart me Hone, Hook and Ladder and Hydrunt Teak Pm> Departaaent an request- ,_-_Jay) EVENING, Hit October, at v'eloek, 7m BBB'S Hall. THIS (Monday) EVENI l. CARSON, Chief Engineer. Q. ASM, Falaanllf. of N Y Practical PntmterV B. and P are requested to ntnaral of oar deceased brother, ALEX AN- IBBirBjfJNROB, from l.te No 75 o'clock P M.TffIS DAY. Oct II JOHN COWTON, Secretary AKLODOK, trkaWtewJariy recreated Dr. B nuruhers nf I. O of O F are re- _ in attendance on WEDNESDAY ea of impmance to every JOHN BRISSELL, N. U regular of aas No IH7 B-iw- Oat, II. Brcry ueuber BARK, tans year, for the beet to aiaaainJetiu erar Ort M, V twe smilei east ef Pollock Reef Light-boat, Ajmt, from New-York for Beston haawuf very heavy at the time te at, B., with a very heavy erou to be very in the water, _Jirt toitarboord. She 70 miles C.'fTMB it ae his oniaion that that night, w it. blew a trenkamv The put into Hy- harbor. Ott tajegynije VOL 661 NEW-YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, __ vMent that 1 i LATEST INTELLIGENCE Onaee-HoMen. Special Dupttck it Ytrk Only Tima. WisHihOTOH, Saturday, Oct. 18 M. iDfonnation has been receired, to-day, at White Hoone, of dkorgnniiing inint of oerUin Coalition Democratic in Hoc- ton, and in The Preai- deat retorted to the telegraphic wirei, ordennf their prompt decapitation. s. Tfce Brmm- RemoTeJ, dee. WASHINGTON, Saturday, Oct. 39. The members of the Cabinet, with the exception of Secret iry GuTHBlB, arc dining thu eraning with BBVKBLT TucKXa. To-aiorrow'i Stxliml will contain an article on Cuba and the apprentice a) ttem. Referring to a comDiunica- tion m on 33d inat and the aticlei m on the eubject, it aayi Am theae mere rumura, or are farta T We incline to the opinion nay, wa believe that they are facti. In addition to the pnvatl and well authenticated evidence on which the Union our correepondejit baaed their letters and. frnm Havana, of hjgheM credit, an late aa the Slit uisc., been recened, confirmatory of the report] to which we allude, i Tlieae private aMert, too, that no Bntnh cruisen have been aeen on the Coaat of Coba for two and that reaaoli are constantly coming in wuli cargoea of and meet with n> moleitation or hindrance." lu view uf thete faoU, the Senttmel invokea prompt to arrot achome, without waitmg for an official declaration, from On at Britain on the subject The TIMOR of thia Diorning has a long nrtiiln on the alleged acheme to Afncamze Cuba It aluo repub- Uahea Judge BlONxON'8 letter, of 1848, to convict him of Fne-Soiliam, Thel Sntutel a powerful article in defence of BRON- IOM, cundrmning thr policy of I he Administration, on the National North and South, to it The Richmond feVnitrrr i> out against the remoral of BBOKSOM, aaying that the Admiius ration hare tnkon sidea where lathe least political purity and pntriotmn, and with men who will belray them and the Suuih. InlereettBc the Month. BALTIMORE, Sumlay.Oot 30 The Southern mail of thia evening brought New- Orleana of Monday last, tmt they contain no newa ofmtrreit A telegraphic despatch from Nashville, an- nonnceslihe election of JOHN L, as U S. Senator Mr BILL rereired 31 votes The Washington Union, of this morning, pubhahei an editorial in which writer urges the preservation of the Baltimore sayi that who attempts to tiolatu tljat whatever hn antecedents, willSaceive, the condign paniabment of an oilrrhpuluun polimcsJ traitor The same paprr says uhat the State Department han received no ion in relation to the rrjertinn of Mr FOBEI.TI the Piedmontese Gorernment, but tna' it has every reason to believe that F FlLlx FoREsTI will onr Consul at Genoa, or them will be nun.r The T' S Treasure r'a etatement, made np to the Stih mil the let amount la the II S Trranur) suli jecl to draft, is Irlarine Dtematers. Ton, Oct V) The bark Octavta, whica arrived at Holmes' Hole on the TTthinst., from had onboard Cnpt II ADI ET and i he crew of the schooner Indeptnttxcr, of Boston, from Nuevilas, bound to New-York, whioh vessel waa totally dismasted on Ittlh October, in the Gulf, and abandoned on the tlst The day the Of lama spoke bng UcVilvery, from Trinidad for New-York, under jnry masts, hannif heeu totally diamaated. She making the b< it of her way to Norfolk A dispatch from Quebec says that the ahip tViUiaun Slvrgeii been gol off, and la going into the harbor m tow of two steamers PHiLAniLrHiA, tnnday, Oct 34 The bark R. H. from Galvesjton for New York, waa towed into Breakwater yeslerday by tae plot b< at Conner, with of masts bng frosa Philadelphia for Wilming- ton, N C ashore ol Healopcn. Wutktngn trial to-day, JOHN clerk of KISHANI, cunfeswd that ho perjured froan tkt the Celenbtaw Bon TO K. Saturday, Oct. 99. By the Admtnl, we have 8t John (N. B papers Init They contain following from Halifax Ckrtnlclt Information from Gut Canao reached city reiterday, stating that a fleet hundred sail of Halted ftahermen encroachiBf apoa fishery at Fox Island, in pur- rait of school of mackerel, and were commit lug lagrant upoa property and of the flihermea belonging to that place and neighbor hood IB cuasequence of this report, Sir OKOEUI Siv HOVI immediately ordered ihe Lient. BlIDdEi, to ready for a cruise IB that direction for the proteo tion of British interests, and she accordingly sailed." Freaa ClBrlmnmll-Taie Munhax Washtaften BlBfuUr Etc. CmciKBATi, Saturday, Oct. 30 In the WMITILT, on I is lamination before the Comnuxiontr, u to KIIHAIIS'S aaung shipped twelve hundred boxes of ran- dies on ateuraer Wfibtngten. He awears that knew of no ench shipment, but waa induced by KisfaANB to perjure hmiself There are six fept of water m the channel of the nver between and Louisville, and thewaterm (till ruing The westhf r is c ear and cool Anstia Ashore. PROVIDENCE, Sunday. Ort 30 The aeen by Capt of achwnek Voltt, on the SBth in-tant, ashore on the p nut of Curd- ner's Island, and reported as being a ship, to haie ihe bark Auttin, C.pt MASON, which cleared at New- York on the for Boston, with a cargo of barrels of floor, a quantity of butter, She look a on the Mth, ofTMontauk Point, and went into Gardner a Bay, where ahe let go both anchors, anil soon after par ed and dragged ashore Ass alum e has been Dent to her from New-London, and she will prnhably got og eenous damage. It is aald ahe has a pilot 011 board. The Frwnt In the Cctten Reglana-Wreck of the Brig ClUzea. BALTIMORE, Saturday, Oct 39 The New- Orleans mail of Sunday last m received. Charleston Iftrcury nays frost of Tuesday last exttnded throughout ihe Cotton-growing and killed the plants everywhere. The crop will be materially cut off The thip at Charleston, reports the wreck of bng Ctltzen. of Portland, on Shoals The vessel waa abandoned, with the boat towing- astern crew are, luppoaed to be lost. ninrlBe The President Tambllnc Life Levt, etc. BOSTON, Saturday, Oc.t. 29 from the ship Prtttdeni itate tbat she 11 filling with and gradually tumbling to Her cargo of dealt may saved. The second mate WM drowned, but the of her crew wen saved. ship W. GhOtn, from New- York for Mas- qaaih, alippcd from her anchorage on the 37th, and ran into St John. HUDSON, Sunday, Oct 30. man named CHABLBS POUCHBB, about five, was eaaght but Bight in the act of letting store of M.isrs. SPRAOUB 4 DIWEY, slots he had been a clerk This is the leventh ston has been set on fire wi bin the lust SwattBC the twonaoa PHILADILPHIA, Saturday, Oct. M. Madnnss) of our eohool- tke National Theatre. It was n hrtrtatU4.flto.ntt'the ktenr wa. orerwhelned with DBB, the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, wa. elected by two majonty. and JeoM A. PAOJE, of Montpelier, chosen State Treainrar. Wreek f the Bt BUFTALO, aUumlay, Oct. M. The steamer beeo, witxnVed oa the rocks above Waldea. lies (tanamrd beam- ends, with her main deck under water, and at lot likely to be got off this Fall. _ PlrejneB'B Btot at Prorlelesiee. PBOTIDINCS, Saturday Got. M. The long examination of the men charged with the murder of DOVOHIBTT at the lie has been concluded. JAMIS Jonis was aad AMTHOHT JOHBI and ZBLOTUI F. Btikr wea boand New TrlBj for PITTSBVBQ, Saturday Oct.M. The Supreme Court refused to grant B new trial to JIWBIL for murder. Another day will proba- bly be appointed by the Governor for ezecBtion. Death Her. Mr. Gallafhw. LOUISVILLE, Saturday, Oct. M. RCT. GALLAOHXR died at Bratuwiok, MOL, Isst Tuesday. He wai eitiuively known lat< Chaplain lo Congress. The Canada at Halifax. HALIFAI, Fnday Oct. M The R. M steimer Canada, Capt. STOKB, amrad heije fn-m Boston last evening, aad sailed again at 1 1 o'clock, P M. for Liverpool. The Legare Dmel. j VCHAKLBBTOH, Saturday, Oct. 99. e Grand Jury yesterday ignored the bill afniaavt JOHN DUNOVANT, Jr for killing JAMBS D. LBOABI in a duel. k Bfemlnatlon. ALBANY, Saturday. Oct. 39. CLARKSHN F. CEOBBY baa been nominated by the Wing Uoavention for Senator, m the Albany Dintru t FROM HAVANA. Condemnation of the three American Seamen. MORE LANDINGS OF SLAVES. Further of the Bofliih Scheme for Afri- canizing Cnbu. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. CarrtsponiUncc of the fieu-York Daily HAVAKA, Saturday 18iJ. I regret to state that there ia everv probability thai the fate of the three American leamin de- termined afainit juitice, and in violation of law. The Tribunal de- clares their testimony bugatory for defence, be- caviie, when apprehendarl, some an months lince, at Cape San Antonio, they the confu- sion of their capture, that they were desertajrs from an English ship at Jamaica and they are con- demned on their admission that they had been de- on lioard of the slaver Jtuptr m the harbor of New York under the piactice of great fraud upon them, with force sul seuuent to their calling, and that against their will they had made a voyage in the vessel, and left her on the first opportunity that oc- curred, which was after the landing of the negroes had been effected at Bailen, which this Government has officially declared never has been made, over the signature of General CA.NBDO, up an faith in the negative reports of four Comniaiionera sent to that point in succession for investigation of the allega- tion of the British Consul General at Havana that h delivery ha.I been made They are to another hut, they have had allowed thorn no id- vising or lawer, there has bee n no exhibition what- ever of proof against they will Iw condimiMd to four ynra' larger portion of than has ever been doled oat to Spanish subjects aotorioualy fer yean, aad hiving no other vocation for Eh. In eaeee .always d.f.ct in ICH nony There u bnl oae left for three MilOTa, and forlorn" Ju liciary In thu cue in to be degraded to make a step in public Hnli- ment to the Captaia General, by giving asm aa opportunity to ezerciM pardoning power before he retires from office, to tell in ear own hope not worth calculating. of slater reported u having discharged her cargo on the aovth nde, near Tnnidad, of AM alaves, wai Spantah brig Amtntm, about 11th of Septem- ber She hi! been refitted and gone to lea for another voyage, to retarn under better with (SIB for each tnp continuance of a regular bnsi- neca, not liable to scru lay of Bntiih wdl in aggregate, more mogey it ead of a year, or term of yean In the month of October, from the lo the lOlh. the Spaniih ichooner OJM! laaded ISO at BnuAada de Cochinos, wnth and not remote from near antnt where celebrated abip landsd her In thu cite reasel was burned, soon as the Mgroes were ont of her, but the hull, 1 am informed, remains flslbls. By an unknown hng I Spam ah) landed at the En- de Carmelo, and aecreted upon ihe estate of Don J FAITOC, early in thu month, WO Afncaaa, for which Ihe usual was paid to local municipal authori- nothing to the pockets of our Secretary, who waibn his hand of all this. By Spanuh bng PtpiUa, tt La Palnrna. October 15, landed and apportioned without moleitatian, MO negroes, for which pnvilege a gratinr.tion offered not declined, in that hungry locality making: total in in weeks, with it Baracoa pnmonaly advised, of Afncans to be bleat under Spanish ehnatunization General CAIIIDO been adnied by Mr. CRAWFOMD of a veaael momentarily eipect.d at Dahia Honda with from to 800 negroes, for which every preparation baeu made by the proprietors for their landing and disposal out of observation in the country Although in the murvicw with Mr CHAWKOIIB, which procured aud furni.hcd the mfoimai ion COB- iiil.ahBndwmerrwardis offered by General CAHEDO There tome difference between going .nl ..tn.g oureelf comfortably M e-and a retirement with the of oar performed duly, will bi coniiderable to offset had the pleasure of seeing his Ercellencv mingling wilh the ''bone and on the Plau de Armas, the evening of the arrival of mtelligeaee that his Coban nee wai nearly never to more id.ant.ge. There are ihiuga, h .wever, of thu fenileman'i doing, that will be beiuficul to th. community, and that olhen preceding him. more gifted, w. re notable to aoenmpliih? With th. eiception of th. three seaman of the1 TJfnited States, he acted with favor towardi Amencani, and in ca-es of diflKully brought to hi< attention by ov enerfetlc ConiuJ, he ha. given aid and c.iwed joetlce to If" H "f th. Island will to contemplated nae communication with the United ear- ned before the Qneen recommendation, and it will andoabtedly have a favorable heariag and .nablianmeat of JeMrtt I1011" the youth un- dent action ef the law. of land when upon shade Oui mind to augar the f Hurt to phy.c.l aad moral they nay not become too familiar, practically, with the iDitit.itinni of other landi-i. evidence of iriVdom. aad may some effect, and if it hid been u twenty yean ago, then ia no deuht but thaf the different active de- Low public opinion wonld given a 'from that which U now wean. market! continue u last forcojucho, brown and yellow sugars, its command 50 9 quintal. Colrei they are in L- 75 quintal. coastwise hnd -no moUssei. Excnaage-on London (4 to for o prtmiim; Ntw-Vork 1 to H tiicosnt. in good Older lb" at the jarrote and and oth Ult fc-v frjm Havana, l Alnk "'W plice ln tht drank and to A "meoaUid. of when he immediately And and killed -Ihe doing the deed turning- and moving i. the cond kHled PW-ouUonTwhToh ha. dealt BO nineh misery to many worthy mmili.i The partiei an unknown ine HAVAWA, Oct J6S3. It IB certai. tavMaW in The year 1800 ii the fixed limitation for ry in which been approved here by PRICE TWO CENTS. the por- chased to based (lonventm for protection of integrity of Cuba." nnt bets will he le depreciate the oi property, for although thirty yean of Slavery an to expire before that class will begin their spprentlcesU I in ry, yet, whan the new introduction will cost but from 7 to 9 par in that proportion mist it effect th. property of present proprietors. This is of i at little con- it ti the long eonitan introduetioB upun oar borders of a new lyitem, that wil all sssentials of ilsvery, without the nanx, until the vast pre- ponderance ol the race, under aggravat oni of their freedom, will throw off ihe shackles, at thu expense of little white blood I tut may interrupt or be an ob- stacle to their purpose. The effect upon the industry of. oar whole be considered, while the South not be What philan ibropv may counsel must be with reasonable foundation and there is nothing that parity ran nit upon, in this matter, save ihe honor and good faith of the Spaniard, who will deal with his inbiecti he ever done with Ihe Emincipadi and will be no actual freedom negro, until goaded beyond endurance, th. Uwdi are brolen by a general massacre of their laik-masten. If thi. principle was pon bl. of establishment upon an hnneit basis, the morel, philanthropic, aad Christian vi.w would very different, aad South could conform the character of Us institutions to meet the necessity but not ii it will rxi.l, and it doe. emt, an this be ob- tained No willmt negmei will rone here they have 10 hunted and caught, murder, robbery, and every variety of fraud, aa now mingling with the must atill continue, and the nejro will know no difference in condition, while a much larger quantity of hunan life will be annually lacrificed to fill the cupidity of the Suan- inh heart But I have given the facts, and I know of no batter intelligence f on the out- works hai proclaimed to the land the threatei ing dani.r. Thai England will reserve to herself the right to take such course as may best consist with her interests, is the sentiment, I believe, of the late reply of .that powir, through her Minister at Washington, to the Secretary of State, closing the "In-party" It would hav. been troth if the gentleman had stated that England bad long since determined h.r coune, and that Spain to be forced lo fall mlo her more of that caress- ing kindhn... of the wolf in sheep's cares, nf death. The blow n alio intended for Jonithin an well Hidalgo hut they have Dot calculated the coil sps, no more than they hare ihe force of the life cur- rent of our social organization The main purport of th. 1< ng-labored artitlea m our Journal, an long sinte inti mated by your correspondent, are now fully explained, hut the public sentiment hai not yet been moulded to meet th policy with approval, although it will forced down the throat! of the people with Brand and French bay< if 11 IB the will of the Tuned Siales to permit it By the siearuen Itmbtltml Ceorge lavs, nave let- ten from Mudnd, th.t indicate the infmdienle of revolu- tion, and a very unsettled and unintufactury state of pub- lic sentiment for those who are chained to foot of th. Throne, that is about taking from them the last hope of Iheir prosperity, in bowing to Rnglnh policy in craven sub- serviency The sentiment for a gradual emancipation of the elevate the condition of the Slave, is deeply imbued IB of Cuban proprietors, and would long since been perreptible in action, but for the reatnc- tioL of Spam. Now they are to have thrust upon them an evil that they cannot mitigate nor avoid, while] it m- volvn of direct loan to the I.land The appoint- ment of General PuuELA to relieve ihe present incum- bent, General CABJBDO, i. not considered of my political advantage to Cuba. The "nliboalem" balls, either sfnud of Spsanh steel, having been cultnaied in a more Chnnti.n country, would not fight on that the Cunatu of ihe Journal died great wa. ihe dm thereof to ihe fair maiden, whu were there, ni I lo weep, it Belajcoam. Only three killed, and three bolle poor sport, indeed 1 reter to Hie. for commercial and other remain, most tiuly, OCCATOR CATHOLIC CONSECRATIONS. Consecration of of the Roman Catholic Church. Ceremonies in St. Patrick's Cathedral. SERMON BY ARCHBISHOP HUOHES. The consecration of three Catholic Bishops took place in St. Patrick's Cathedral yesterday. The crrt monies were of a most impoeinj cWjc.ter, and continued from 11 A. M to 4 o'clock m the af- ternoon AtViA M the doors were opened, and in a ahert time .very available seat was occupied. Until procession had tatered, the main arile kept clear, but soon afterwards mmm and side aiale. ware crowded.  of 3tMl of jAly, relative to KeeSTa oatnnaT, T snr formed you, M. le MikMtre, that 1 UF.irii y of iBsirnrtioejs Government before explaimnr myeslf tbi pr. c.iaisined lu the to 'n ilii- meaiitinii. dm t negotiations betwten our two Uoirrnmrnd with raAnfMl te .tenia whi h follower tbe el the l snn al Smyrna, and whu h, u yon an i_______ have not been aa yet br.ujjfht to a caadamWaa. Mem' tiel.n, I in penal Oov.ranwnt, sawtabat- found the individual with the cauii, haa Jssjl rized to to sn unOerstaadiag witVyom, K. Minwlie, OB libentioa of MABTtaf KoostTA, and nil conveyance to Ami-nca, aaai to of the arianrtment relatin to it, in the offer which yon DAaate ce BBS.' KOSZTA will take Baa pa MvnuUtMct of our conmhu board a veasel-of war of Uaited etv hi 4 of that, OB board of the Aaanieaa aarrriaaW ahnsn which frequently touch at season at aaai al the moment when u .a I. 1 minni tonehug al sny latermediate port, iSj ef B srnoas casualty, or say other accident at BBS, fceeilx must be prond.d with .n Amencesj wtnsni hall eipreiily pnvpLt him frnm changing Male it .h.ll b.v. arrived in Ajoaarim, ktvntr, nttrtm iUilf lAr imU nfii ifasl. ftrmily vifA M, ng.fi tkanU kt nrr W til, Ottoman territory As I hat hiejBsasaV snce wiih j. ur I expecjt Iron M le Mibifttre, that yon will the aeeMeaniT sailers at Sim ma, and inform of the fart, in semt I aaar Hive siniilaj inslructiiiBa to the of in the >a.dcity Receive, Ac nr-LT or HOH exo r MABSH. THnariA, Thandar, Sept. IS, 1SU Sis I hav. honor to the ue.ipt ef af yesterday, which .nnoaiaf.. te m. the of the whrah I rela- tive to of hf ABTIB KOBXTA, and bis retain to Ibe Tmu-d and of replting it. that oawli- IK B. nrile.l m y..nr EicelleBey'. wffl be faithfully obeerved by the authorities of Unitesl 1 IB error in rappming that the Fntneh naaasaar aiiahl -nil from Smyrna on Friday As day her aemariam ii the lith, (ihn and aa I. be re is not Banfaoaat so piepare thjs morning the fee the respective Connulalei, I t> send a ler to Smyina by h. Aistnan .teaaaer anal I hope tbat it will be convenient for yov f jftSBaJBBT to pr  and I hope that at l ttill existing between the two wMl ranged in u aaanner ealinl) with and dignity both I pny your Eicelleacy u> receive the pIVTrui an tting lh< abip lielore it Gevtrwaui lo take ita late all BAIIO.S IB nmitiemlar aim. had Bishop ninat unt. Bet by whoai By who thenuabree aathon 'her sham, anal I He selected twelve, and made them In tU nnt place they were' with the ncepuoa i -that we find ev.ry inspired (writer commences wuh Peter and when aaything was to be communicated, it was done through Peter But be then selected Peter, and gave him charge, and purely personal, which he had nol before fi'.n, lor dldl afterward! tire, to any of olh. n waa he tinning ihe Erwopmry in L'mlhnhc Church Ii wns not then completed, but the 1 Para, lele, Holy Ghoet, was and trom that penod until day of pentecost the Apostle, wera somewhat la the poniinn of Bi.hop. ele-t before coue i cratioii Wh.a Hoi} Ch Mt dew-ended them, j they were fully consen.ted, and could then confer on olh-n that power which God hid given them in 10 won- d.riul a miBBer firit eierrise of this power is soon neen Among 'be Twelve, CHVi.t had cowan one, Judas, who had fall.n and after Chnst hid entered iBto Heaven the ciwwcnted one lo fill the olace of J.das Oa this occa- sion we that Peter, of course, took the lead who were wnt ont Apnelle. did not settle is any ihe provinces which they had cniverted, but ap- pointed Bwhops to take charge of and cvntiBOed on t) eir mission, which waa to all the enda of tbe Paul, the peneeotor of.the Church who wai converted and aent forth an aponle, went from city to city but 
                            

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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